The Deputy Director of Animal Production Directorate (ADP), Madam Mavis Afutu, has described the ‘Livestock, Poultry, Fisheries Training Tradeshow’ as a step in the right direction, as project continues to promote the poultry, livestock and fisheries value chain and its agribusiness potentials.
She said LiPF is a strong complement to the work the Government of Ghana and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture are doing in the area of Rearing for Food and Jobs (RFJ), which seeks to develop a more competitive and efficient livestock industry.
Madam Afutu made these comments yesterday in her presentation, at the launch of the 3rd Livestock, Poultry, Fisheries Training Tradeshow, organized by Agrihouse Foundation, at Nungua Farms, on the theme, “WE MOVE! W)N YAA.”
The main event would be a two-day training and exhibition tradeshow, slated for Friday, May 21 – Saturday, May 22, in partnership with the United State Department of Agriculture (UNDA) – Ghana Poultry Project (GPP), Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA), and National Farmers and Fishermen Award Winner’s Association of Ghana (NFFAWAG).
She used the opportunity to encourage all animal farmers, processors, agri-businesses and startups that will be at the Tradeshow to effectively take advantage of the activities and trainings, in order to expand their businesses and services.